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Since leaving a withering aerospace engineering career in 1994, Douglas Page (aka Harry Black-Tongue, aka the Silver Fox) has been writing about science, medicine, and marriage peril from the Panic Room. It's a full time job.

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Douglas, this photo is stunning. You are an amazingly talented photographer. Thank you for sharing your thoughtful shots.

Spectacular photo of the falls. I had no idea they were that pretty. Now I want to hike there when the water starts to flow again.

Nice and vertical. Gives me vertigo. I haven't braved this hike yet. Thinking to do it when the drought is over and there is actually water at the water fall. Praying now for rain.

Dude, this is a totally gnarly photo. Glad you posted it. Isn't Cerro Noroeste awesome?

Amazing! Victim of lightning? L+F. Best regards from Peru

Hermosa foto de otoño. Felicitaciones.

★★How are you? Very impressive & nice shot! golden formation.Wonderful picture. I know Battle of Blair.♥ Like! Best wishes from YANGHUN KOREA. ♥★☆

The San Andreas fault, one of the world's largest vertical faults, runs straight east-west through the transverse San Emigdio Mtns, then bends sharply northwest up Santiago Canyon to the Carrizo Plain and beyond.

Qatal Canyon Rd has severe rutting from runoff at top of east end, near Hudson Ranch Rd, below Toad Springs CG (as of 2012-2013). The dry river bed running west down Qatal Canyon has been designated an OHV trail by USFS.

The Carrizo Plain is the largest remaining remnant of the original San Joaquin Valley habitat. Soda Lake, a dry bed of white salt, is its centerpiece.

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